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Genk Reject Lazio €25m Offer For Onuachu

Genk Reject Lazio €25m Offer For Onuachu

Belgian Pro League club Genk have turned down a €25m offer from Lazio for Nigeria forward Paul Onuachu, reports Completesports.com.

Onuachu has been linked a number of clubs in Europe following his impressive displays for the Smurfs this season.

The 26-year-old has scored 33 goals in 37 league appearances for Genk this season.

He was on target in the club’s 2-1 away win against Anderlecht on Saturday.

According to Eleven Sports Lazio are willing to pay €25m for the striker but Genk are holding out for €30m.

The former Belgian Pro League champions bought Onuachu for €6m two years ago from Danish outfit FC Midtylland.

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  • dominic 1 month ago

    “The former Belgian Pro League champions bought Onuachu for €6m two years ago from Danish outfit FC Midtylland”

    this is Greedness on the side of Genk you buy 6 millon euros and Lazio propose 25 millon eiros and you said 30 millon

    please Genk accept the 25 millon and allow Onuachu to go dont block him because of your greed

  • Eldridge Cleaver 1 month ago

    Ndi top clubs will not buy Onuachu. Ngwa Onuachu needs Finidi George to cross to him. Haters United FC, where una dey?

  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    Since Onuachu can’t stop scoring… @Dr. Drey has runaway from commenting on threads featuring his news because he has no more basis for insults. Onuachu really slap people wey badmouth here… the guy na confirm poacher!

    • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

      Hahahahaha….there’s nothing to comment about him. There’s no WOW factor to his “wait and get” style of play or the quality of his goals…..LMAO. When you watch the like of Sadiq in Almeria or Moffi in Lorient even the dumb will manage to say one word….”WOW”.

      Pls remind us…who is the 1st choice CF of the SE again despite his 50 goals in Belgium…..LMAO. Even you, with all your noise about Onuachu here, you cant even beat your chest to name Onuachu as your starting CF for the SE. From SE 1st choice at 2019 AFCON to contesting 3rd choice 2 years after….LMAO….what a progress….LMAO.

      When a player scores 35 goals in a season, one would expect the likes of PSG, Man U, Juve and Dortmund or any of the perennial champions league traditional clubs to be the ones queuing up for him. Osimhen, Sadiq and Moffi didnt score half that number and we are all seeing the calibre of clubs chasing them. Striker pass striker……Quality pass Quality….LMAO

      Congrats to Paul Onuchu though more grease to his ankles….hopefully he should get one Europa club in the top 5 leagues to rescue him from Belgian league.

      And pls any club that signs him should also look for money to sign Theo Bongonda and Juanya Ito o, since finidi and amuneke have refused to come out of retirement….Otherwise 30m go waste o. #Candid Advise.

      • You wrong on this, 35goals even in nija league no be joke bro. The transfer window just gonna open and let’s see if those too clubs won’t come for his service, and Genk is right for not accepting 25m, too clubs with serious and improve bid coming soon for him. Watch out.

        • Top clubs

        • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

          Oga…transfer window will open in June. European championships will start in June and end in July or so. Anybody wey “top clubs” no buy before beginning of Euros, make e forget about any dream big money move this summer. Tell anyone that cares to know.

  • Greenturf 1 month ago

    My value of Onuachu is around £60m.I think he’s highly undervalued.

  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    … Hahaha. Labelling him a “wait-and-get” striker… You wonder since being a so called “wait-and-get” striker is easy, why all the coaches, some former defensive stalwarts like Vincent Kompany with RSC Anderletch, whose team Onuachu has scored against back-to-back in the last one week, have not been able to perfect a strategy to stop the “gangling” and “Marauding” goal-demon of an Onuachu… hahaha. I think Paul Onuachu is a wanted “Killer Fulani Herdsman Goal Demon” in Belgium now… he, Onuachu has permanently occupied and chased away @Dr.Drey from his farmland… Hahahaha!

    • Kenneth 1 month ago

      Oga Jimmy you get time to dey answer that parrot. Why can’t all his super eagles star accomplish such feat. Next the PE teacher will be selecting players from division 2 very soon.

      • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

        Empty brain…you are welcome back. You see money buy internet today..? Glory be to God.

        “…Oga Jimmy you get time to dey answer that parrot..” That has been your only constant contribution to CSN forum for the past 1 year plus anytime you open your soak away mouth to comment. I pray somebody go donate small sense to you so you go stop to be Jimmy slaveboy this year 2021.

        I prefer make our PE teacher invite 66m valued 2nd division striker wey bayern dey eye pass the one wey dem dey beg Europa level clubs to come pay 30m for.

    • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

      Hehehehee…pls remind us how many goals Osimhen score for belgium before UCL team from France quickly snapped him up for almost $25m b4 season end. Remind us again how many goals he score again for France before even gatusso decide to take pay cut to sign am for $80m before season end. Pls remind us also how much be asking price for 2nd division striker wey Sevilla and Bayern Munchen dey eye….LMAO. That moffi boy wey Dortmund dey “very serious” about nko…? pls tell us how many goals he get wey Dortmund wan use am replace Halaand. You think say all these clubs nor see “wait and get” striker for ground b4…??? LMAO. Mr…striker pass striker…..quality pass quality. People wey dey in the business of football know wetin dem dey find. We are talking strikers who do not need finidi and amuneke to rise from the dead before the can be useful to the team. LMAO. 35 goals in a season and them dey beg clubs to come pay 30m for you and you nor even be 1st choice for national team for even your biggest fans…chai…such player suppose rethink in career…LMAO. When Paul don finish to score in 50 “wait and get” goals make he come line up behind Quality strikers for SE….LMAO. We go dey use prayers support am make e nor loose that no 3 position. LMAO

  • 25m is a,good deal. Genk are probably holding out for more money. They better grab this offer while its still available. They already have a replacement for onuachu in desser, so the money wont be used to buy a new striker. All they would need is someone who will support desser.
    This is the big time, this is the chance for paul to mix it up with the big boys and show the world that he can score goals at the very top level. Lets see how it goes.

  • Onuachu’s price tag of 30mil euro is very reasonable for a 30+ goal scorer in a tough league like begium lig…I heard from a reliable source that he is heading for arsenal pending if lacazade is sold

  • @Drey the fact that you don’t like Onuchu’s style of play or his personality doesn’t mean you should talk him down. Its very unfair on Onuachu for you to say he is a WAIT AND GET striker, and that no big club will sign him.

    What if he eventually signs for Arsenal or any other big club, where will you hide your face? The other striker you are hailing to the high heavens have not achieved the feat Onuachu has achieved, please give the young man some respect.

    A lot of people, including me and you complained he has not replicated his club form in the SE, he came and shut every one of us up, by scoring two goals in two consecutive matches, please cut this man some slack. What if he signs for Arsenal and become a wonder in the English premier league? He may not play the style you like, but it doesn’t change the fact that Onuachu is a deadly striker. you cant conclude the destiny of a man while he is still breathing, anything can happen tomorrow.